Friday Open Thread | Sally Yates: Trump isn’t all in for our nation

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78 Responses to Friday Open Thread | Sally Yates: Trump isn’t all in for our nation

  1. This is the arrogance of white supremacy. He commits treason on national tv while the country watched but he wants Black athletes punished for protesting police brutality and racism. He can go to hell. He should be severely punished for treason against this country.

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    • Liza says:

      The stupid burns.

      There is no hope for this man.

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      • The media propped up this trash a long time ago because he had money. But yet the white elite don’t want nothing to do with this ignorant trashy POS thug. He tried to fuck up Coats interview with Andrea Mitchell by telling Sarah Sanders to tweet he was inviting Putin to the White House because he knew the intellectual elite were laughing at his ignorant ass.


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  3. What’s the penalty for #TREASON?

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    • majiir says:

      Like Rush Limbaugh, the *sshat-in-chief has never gotten over being rejected for NFL ownership or the failure of the national football organization he created and owned which explains why he’s so intent on meddling in the negotiations between the players’ union and NFL owners. No one involved in the negotiations on either side should pay any attention to anything Trump has to say. The bottom line is that the NFL owners need these players more than the players need them. If the players decide to go on strike, the owners stand to lose millions. When the new rule was created about fining the players for not standing during the anthem, they didn’t seem to think about this. They just wanted it to go all away, so to please Trump, Goodall decided to punish those who have made him and the the owners rich. Sure, he pleased Trump, but he pissed off the sources of his and the owners’ income, which is why Goodall and the owners were finally forced to negotiate with the players’ union.

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  7. rikyrah says:

    They STILL don’t understand Black Professional Sensibilities 😒😒

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  14. Liza says:

    OMG, this is funny…


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    Kyle Griffin
    ‏Verified account @kylegriffin1

    Eric Swalwell on CNN: “[Putin] shouldn’t be in our country. Frankly, he attacked our country. Most Americans, when they have their home broken into, they upgrade their security system. They don’t invite the burglar for dinner.”
    11:05 AM – 20 Jul 2018

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  18. rikyrah says:

    Tad Devine is a piece of shit who was instrumental in creating the “Hillary is the establishment” narrative.

    Exhibit A:

    — 𝙋𝙖𝙩𝙧𝙞𝙘𝙠 𝙆𝙖𝙧𝙡𝙨𝙨𝙤𝙣 ⚡️ (@Patrickesque) July 20, 2018

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  19. rikyrah says:

    don’t start none. won’t be none.

    Roll Call
    ‏Verified account @rollcall

    Oath Keepers cancel protest outside Maxine Waters’ L.A. office after they say police tell them “busloads” of counter-protesters had planted themselves outside Waters’ office to face them.

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  22. rikyrah says:

    When you try and justify your support for our traitor POTUS that’s called Manchuriansplaining.

    — Sex Huntress (@OhNoSheTwitnt) July 19, 2018

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  23. rikyrah says:

    Ex-White House stenographer says that Trump strongly disliked having his words recorded.

    “If he’s really the victim of so much inaccurate reporting, why is he so averse to having the facts recorded and transcribed?”— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) July 20, 2018


  24. rikyrah says:

    had forgotten about this myself.


    I’m old enough to remember when Tad Devine claimed staffers had
    “accidentally” conducted 25 targeted searches of Clinton’s voter data.

    Hey, just because he’s a Russia-linked former Bernie staffer and
    appears on Mueller’s evidence list for the Manafort trial, don’t read
    into that

    — The Hoarse Whisperer (@HoarseWisperer) July 19, 2018

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  27. rikyrah says:

    Home Depot employee says he was fired after responding to customer’s racist rant
    July 19, 2018 07:17 PM

    ALBANY – Is the customer always right? The Times Union reported Thursday morning that a Home Depot employee at the Central Avenue store in Albany was fired after what he considers pretty nasty verbal abuse from a customer.

    The employee in this case was a 60-year-old black man, who says the abuse was racist and unlike anything he’d ever experienced. He’s still shocked he was fired over it.

    When Maurice Rucker was working at the Albany Home Depot last Thursday, a customer approached the checkout with an unleashed dog – so Maurice tried to be a good employee.

    “I said to him, “Sir, when you have your dog in here we prefer that you keep it on a leash.'” He turned around and said, ‘F**k you. You’re an a*****e you’re a piece of s**t,'” explained Rucker.

    Rucker was understandably shocked. However, it was just the start of a barrage of insults — some of them racist.

    He says, ‘If Trump wasn’t president, you wouldn’t even have a job.’ He said, ‘You’re from the ghetto, what do you know?’

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  31. rikyrah says:


    Lux 🤖🤠 Alptraum


    Still not over the fact that Mark Zuckerberg finds women’s nipples more offensive than Holocaust denial.

    8:32 AM · Jul 20, 2018


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  33. rikyrah says:

    don’t ever say there’s no evidence, Boo.

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    A Russian firm indicted in the Mueller probe is citing a decision by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh to argue that the charge against it should be dismissed.— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) July 20, 2018


  36. rikyrah says:

    Some folks on other blogs, and in the punditry say that they think this week has meant a change. Others have said it’s like, they see the truth, finally, but don’t want to believe it. I buy that. Which is why we’re so impatient on our side, because we saw this shyt 2 years ago, when we were called ‘conspiracy kooks’.

    It is the beginning, but the Spy Girl case is a whole other level that is wonderful because of it’s simplicity. I keep on being told that “collusion” is “difficult to understand”.

    First of all, it’s not collusion.
    It’s Conspiracy Against the United States, and that’s TREASON.

    Hard to understand?
    I think that is complete bullshyt, but, ok.

    Spy Girl?
    Easiest shyt to understand.
    Russian Spy Girl uses sex and money to gain access and influence people.
    And, errrrbody in her path is an American. Looking forward to the American names in her case.

    Finding out from Maddow last night that Spy Girl’s Sugar Daddy got KT McFarland on the National Security Council was just one tidbit. The names will begin to drip out. You know that woman has tapes, and or recordings.

    Tick tock, muthaphuckas.

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  37. rikyrah says:

    Republican Rep. Will Hurd (an ex-CIA officer): “Over the course of my career as an undercover officer in the C.I.A., I saw Russian intelligence manipulate many people. I never thought I would see the day when an American president would be one of them.”— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) July 20, 2018


  38. rikyrah says:

    Young voters are flocking to register to vote in key battleground states in the wake of the February school shooting at a Parkland, Fla. high school, according to a new analysis from Democratic data firm TargetSmart.— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) July 20, 2018

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  39. Ametia says:

    I hear you, Majir.

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  40. Ametia says:

    just so we’re clear, these TV shows air trash like Pirro and highlight racists rants by Roseanne as entertainment, and to get folks riled up. It’s great for their ratings. Does nothing but keep things stirred up.

    Ignore these fools, unless they roll up on you. If they DO, KNOCK THEM THE FUCK OUT.

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    • Ametia says:

      Cohen be like



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      • majiir says:

        Trump probably didn’t know it, but he made his first mistake with Cohen years before he became POTUS. Trump was at a ”company” meeting and wondered aloud why he was paying Cohen $400,000 a year for legal services, asking [paraphrasing:] “What is this guy doing for me that’s worth this kind of money?” Trump followed up by slashing Cohen’s salary to $200,000 on the spot. Cohen only learned about his salary cut from someone else who attended the meeting. Even with the salary cut, Cohen remained Trump’s loyal lap dog—-until the Mueller Team got hold of his records. Then Cohen suddenly decided he had to choose his wife and kids over remaining loyal to Trump, losing his law license, and spending years in federal prison. Cohen should have realized long ago that Trump is a yuuuge POS who demands loyalty from others but returns none to them. I would have never subjugated myself to a turd like Trump. Since he has lived in NYC for many years, Cohen should have been smart enough to ask himself why the real movers and shakers of NYC would have nothing to do with Trump.

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  42. What human does things such as this? These people are demons.

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  43. You went in other folks house to bully people and got served. Next time, learn to respect folks house and stay in your lane. 💅🏽

    🎶🎤Come on, Whoopi
    Come on, Come on
    You make me feel so good……🎶🎤

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  45. And you know he’s a thug @washingtonpost. He committed treason before the country on live tv but your headline is talking about what names Trump called people. A Russian agent is running the country but you publish this nonsense.

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    • Ametia says:

      This nonsense is the very reason we are where we are.

      They’ve televised all the hate and bigotry, normalizing it. And never holdlng that ORANGE POS’s feet to the fire.


    • Liza says:

      To Trump, it’s all one big Klan rally. He’s a narcissist and has no clue as to how to interact with people. But he was successful speaking to ignorant white people, starting with his birther campaign against PBO, and this is how he relates to everyone now.

      He took his Klan rally persona to the world stage and the world is horrified.

      But he can’t shut up. He just keeps digging his hole and the truth is, that is probably what needs to happen. There’s no way to cover this up. The occupant of the Oval Office is a treasonous, dangerous conman-buffoon, in way over his head, and this is serious sh1t.

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  46. Ametia says:

    Tell it, PBO


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  47. Ametia says:

    — A top Microsoft executive said three 2018 campaigns have already been targeted by a phishing attack similar to the one that breached Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign. NBC News’s Mike Memoli reports: “Microsoft could not identify the campaigns targeted and said no individuals were infected by the attack.

    The tactics were similar to those outlined in the indictment from [Mueller] against Russian GRU operatives. ‘They were all people who, because of their positions, might have been interesting targets from an espionage standpoint as well as an election disruption standpoint,’ Tom Burt, Microsoft’s corporate vice president for customer security and trust, said.”

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  49. Ametia says:

    McConnell issues Supreme Court ultimatum

    The Senate GOP leader is vowing to squeeze Democrats with a vote on Brett Kavanaugh right before the midterms if they don’t back down on their demand for documents.

    By ELANA SCHOR and BURGESS EVERETT 07/20/2018 05:00 AM EDT

    Mitch McConnell has a warning for Democrats demanding copious documents on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh: Be careful what you wish for.

    The Senate majority leader privately told senior Republicans on Wednesday that if Democrats keep pushing for access to upwards of a million pages in records from President Donald Trump’s high court pick, he’s prepared to let Kavanaugh’s confirmation vote slip until just before November’s midterm elections, according to multiple sources.

    Delaying the vote past September would serve a dual purpose for McConnell, keeping vulnerable red-state Democrats off the campaign trail while potentially forcing anti-Kavanaugh liberals to swallow a demoralizing defeat just ahead of the midterms. Senators said McConnell believes the Democratic base will be “deflated” if they raise hopes of defeating Kavanaugh only to lose just days before the election.


  50. rikyrah says:

    Good Morning,Everyone 😄😄😄


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